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Leadership Tips: Vol. 312

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in Leaders & Managers,Leadership Skills

First, find your bearings. “What is the first question a sailor asks when he is in trouble?” a sea captain asks. “What he asks is, ‘Where am I?’”

— Adapted from Four Fishes: The Future of the Last Wild Food, Paul Greenberg, Penguin.

Leadership starts young. “You can make things happen, even at the grassroots level and even if you’re a 10-year-old boy,” says a Colorado baker about Sam Tollison, who collected more than 100 signatures and persuaded the governor to declare Jan. 8 the state’s first Cinnamon Roll Day.

— Adapted from “Fort Collins Celebrates Colorado Cinnamon Roll Day,” Sarah Jane Kyle, Coloradoan.com.

A lounge for all seasons. Business travelers know that a short delay can turn into hours. Hence the rush to airport lounges, which typically include Wi-Fi, comfy workstations and food. Check whether your airline membership carries over to an alliance with perks for all member airlines. The biggest: Star Alliance, oneworld and SkyTeam.

— Adapted from “Airport Lounge Access by Airline,” Rob Hard, BusinessTravel Destinations.com.

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Melisa April 26, 2012 at 9:39 am

A great trait for every leaders should possess, perseverance to achieve common goal within the company. Thanks for the tips.

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